Links to communities via websites, groups & blogs, for discussion on Cinematography. 

If you know of any other great Cinematography websites, blogs, or groups, please email us and we will add them to the site.

Groups & Pages

Camera Specific Groups & Pages

CINEMATOGRAPHY

A blog that posts videos of new products and insights into how they work. “Our philosophy is that creative intent should always drive the choice of the technology.”

AbelCine

Comparative tests from several modern cameras: Epic, Alexa & more, based on dynamic range, skin colour representation etc.

Cinematography.com

Cinematography.net

Community, education, news and resources for Cinematographers

Creative Planet Network

A website that connects audiences to authoritative, informative, and compelling content, in print, digitally, and in person.

A great resource site for cinematography, with tools, tips, and techniques.

Pro Video Coalition

Roger Deakins Blog

A forum on Cinematography led by world renowned Cinematographer Rodger Deakins.

John Brawley is highly experienced Cinematographer. His blog is very informative and helpful for upcoming Cinematographers.

John Brawley Blog

No Film School is a worldwide community of filmmakers, video producers, and independent creatives. No Film School a place for filmmakers to learn from each other. 

Matt Scott Blog

No Film School

A resource for filmmakers. “Mastering the craft of cinematography is a life long goal I enjoy, every single day.”

Pro Lost

Stu Maschwitz wrote The DV Rebel’s Guide: An All-Digital Approach to Making Killer Action Movies on the Cheap, and maintains a filmmaking blog at prolost.com

StudioDaily discusses shooting workflow, developments, product releases and emerging projects. They focus on craft and workflow innovation in the production of movies, TV shows, commercials and music videos. 

Studio Daily

The ASC Blog

The American Society of Cinematographers Blog has a lot of in-depth discussion on Cinematography and Cinematographers.

Self-Reliant Film  began  as a website devoted to DIY film-making in 2005. Today, in addition to the blog, Self-Reliant Film is a banner under which Paul Harrill and Ashley Maynor produce films.

Self Reliant Film

Shane Hurlbut Blog

Shane Hurlbut is a leader in the DSLR filmmaking movement. His blog shows an interesting perspective on Cinematography with some great technical advice.

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